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The state of New Hampshire offers a fairly robust transportation system that can get you around some of the major cities in the state and can also transport you between these cities. If your trip to New Hampshire is going to involve staying in one of the larger cities, you could probably be all right not renting a car and instead rely on public transportation or taxis and rideshare vehicles to get around. Since most people who visit New Hampshire want to explore all of the amazing outdoor destinations and historic sites in the state, having a rental vehicle is a great choice when you visit here. Before you rent, think about the type of trips you'll be making as well as the number of people and things you will take along on your journey.
Driving in New Hampshire is not much different than any other state in the United States in so much as people travel on roads on the right side, all distances are in miles and all speeds are in miles per hour. Even with that, there are some unique things to know about driving in New Hampshire. New Hampshire is the only state where seatbelts are not required by law, but of course, it is still recommended that all passengers in the vehicle wear one. You can use your cell phone while you drive a car in New Hampshire but you must do so in a hands-free manner.
When you rent a car in New Hampshire, most rental car companies will expect you to be at least twenty one years old. Some exceptions to this rule include if you want to rent a luxury vehicle or a premium SUV or if you want to rent using a debit card. In these specific cases, rental car companies will probably expect you to be at least twenty five years old to rent a car. Some rental car companies will let you rent a car when you are only eighteen years old, but when you do so, you should expect a fairly limited selection of cars, such as economy and compact models.
On average a rental car in New Hampshire costs $53 per day.
Intermediate (Nissan Rogue or similar) is the most frequently booked rental car type in New Hampshire.
In the past 72 hours, the cheapest rental cars were found at Hertz ($22/day), Enterprise Rent-A-Car ($34/day) and Avis ($38/day).
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On average a rental car in New Hampshire costs $413 per week ($59 per day).
On average a rental car in New Hampshire costs $1,770 per month ($59 per day).